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Aug
10
Mon
2015
The 17th International Conference on Patristic Studies: Oxford
Aug 10 – Aug 14 all-day

The International Conference on Patristic Studies in Oxford is a four-yearly gathering of scholars from around the world that has become a major event for the many disciplines concerned with patristics. The proceedings of the conferences are peer reviewed and published in the series Studia Patristica.

For more information: http://www.hchc.edu/?id=1101

Aug
20
Thu
2015
DIOCESE OF NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY DIOCESAN YOUTH DAY 2015: NJ
Aug 20 all-day

DIOCESE OF NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY DIOCESAN YOUTH DAY 2015 SIX FLAGS GREAT ADVENTURE

For All Diocesan Youth and Friends… from elementary to middle school, to high school, to college! Bringing together the youth of our Churches with one another– for a day of fun and fellowship!

For more information: http://nynjoca.org/files/2015/Youth-Day/2015_YOUTH-DAY_FLYER.pdf

Aug
22
Sat
2015
St Andrew’s Annual Bicycle Ride: Jewel, NY
Aug 22 all-day

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Join us on Saturday, August 22 for the fourth-annual Saint Andrew’s Camp bike ride fundraiser! Save the date and register today for a charity ride that shows off the beautiful scenery of central New York. This year’s ride has 3 distances to suit the needs of riders of all experiences. Each ride is a “loop” ride, meaning that it begins and ends at the same place. All routes are on relatively flat, even terrain, making the ride suitable for bikers of any level.

Friends can enter the event as a ‘team’ and receive discounted group rates as listed above. During the registration process, the first member of your group to register will create the ‘team’ and give it a name. Subsequent ‘team’ members will join the team when they register. We hope that you will join us in support of the camp and for a day of athletic achievement and fun. Grow your athletic abilities and engage your friends as you close out the end of the summer!

Accommodations are available on the camp premises for $30 per night, available Friday, August 21 and/or Saturday, August 22. There will be a free pasta dinner for registrants and donors staying overnight on the evening before the bike ride on Friday, August 21 at 7pm.

For more information:http://saintandrewscamp.org/

Women’s Retreat: PA
Aug 22 all-day

St. Tikhon's Monastery

The annual Women’s Retreat sponsored by the Department of Curriculum and Education of the Diocese of Philadelphia and Eastern PA will hold its retreat at St. Tikon’s Monastery.

The retreat topics will be: “Orthodox Living in the Modern World: Steps to Spiritual Transformation” and “From Illness to Wellness: My Journey with God to a Kidney Transplant.”

The speakers for the retreat will be:  Archimandrite Sergius (Bowyer), Abbot of St. Tikhon’s Monastery and Carole J. Fair, Award Winning Author and a member of Holy Apostles Mission in Mechanicsburg.

Schedule
9:30 -10:00- Registration and Continental Breakfast – Seminary Gyrnnasium
l0:00 – 12:00 – Sessions l- Seminary Dining Hall
12:00 -l:15 – Lunch
l:30- 2:45 – Session 2- Seminary Dining Hall
3:00 – Closing Remarks

The deadline for registration is August 13. For more details: http://sttikhonsmonastery.org/news_150804_1.html

 

Aug
23
Sun
2015
XXI IAHR World Congress: Germany
Aug 23 – Aug 29 all-day

The AAR and its membership are members of the International Association for the History of Religions.

The XXI Quinquennial World Congress of the IAHR, hosted by the German Association for the Study of Religions (DVRW), will take place in Erfurt, Germany, August 23–29, 2015. The Congress theme is Dynamics of Religion: Past and Present.

Registration is open! Online registration ends June 30. Register early for the best rate.

Conference Flyer 

For more information: https://www.aarweb.org/xxi-iahr-world-congress

Sep
1
Tue
2015
MOSCOW MUSICAL TOURISM CHORAL WORKSHOP: Russia
Sep 1 – Sep 7 all-day

Moscow 2015

For the first time ever, the Moscow Podvorye Choir of the Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra is opening its doors to welcome an exclusive tour and invites singers, both male and female, to join the renown Podvorye Choir in the singing of a Vigil and Divine Liturgy.

This trip offers the unprecedented opportunity for participants to work with Maestro Vladimir Gorbik and the Podvorye choir for a four-day workshop in Slavonic sacred choral music as guests of the Podvorye. Participants will enjoy daily intensive workshop sessions and available guided excursions to Moscow attractions. The package includes double occupancy accommodations, all meals, tuition and materials. Limited FULL SCHOLARSHIPS for tuition costs are available with letter of recommendation from parish priest. Contact us for questions and submissions.

For more information: https://patraminstitute.org/

 

St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary offers Four Evening Courses Open to Public in Fall
Sep 1 all-day
St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary offers Four Evening Courses Open to Public in Fall @ Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary  | Yonkers | New York | United States

Take a Class! Four Evening Courses Open to Public in Fall.  From September 1, 2015 – December 15, 2015
St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary will offer four courses to the general public starting in September 2015, giving non-degree students opportunities to increase their knowledge about the Orthodox Christian faith. The classes, to be held on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, require no prior coursework at the seminary and will cover: religious themes in film, liturgical space and practice, an exploration of the Book of Genesis, and spiritual life. Courses will begin September 1 and 2, and will run for ten weeks; courses may be audited or taken for one academic credit.

For more information: http://www.svots.edu/events/take-class-four-evening-courses-open-public-fall

 

 

 

 

Sep
3
Thu
2015
83RD ANNUAL EPISCOPATE CONGRESS: Cleveland, OH
Sep 3 – Sep 6 all-day
83RD ANNUAL EPISCOPATE CONGRESS: Cleveland, OH @ St Mary Cathedral  | Cleveland | Ohio | United States

83RD ANNUAL EPISCOPATE CONGRESS

Schedule
Thursday
Clergy Conference / Episcopate Council Meeting

Friday & Saturday
Episcopate Congress Sessions at Hotel

Sunday
Hierarchal Divine Liturgy / Closing Banquet
35th Anniversary of Ordination of
Archbishop Nathaniel into the Episcopacy

– See more at: http://roea.org/upcomingevent.html#sthash.rguxx5LE.dpuf

 

Sep
4
Fri
2015
2015 National ACRY Convention: NY
Sep 4 – Sep 7 all-day

2015 National ACRY Convention

The Binghamton Chapter has been working hard to provide you with a great Convention this year. We hope you will make the trip to the Binghamton, NY and Finger Lakes area for a fun and enjoyable weekend!

This year we are blessed that a son of the Binghamton parish, Deacon William Bennett, grandson of Deacon Charles Ellis and nephew of Father Michael Ellis will be ordained to Holy Priesthood at the Sunday Divine Liturgy by His Grace, Bishop Gregory!

In addition to the usual convention business sessions there will be presentations on the ACRY’s many missionary/outreach projects of the past year, Campus ministry and much more!

For more information: http://www.acrod.org/organizations/senioracry/acryn-e/acrycomingevents/2015-convention

FAMILY FEST 2015: PA
Sep 4 – Sep 7 all-day
FAMILY FEST 2015: PA @ All Saints Camp | Moon | Pennsylvania | United States

FANTASTIC NEWS!  The ASC Committee has decided to try something VERY different for FAMILY FEST 2015 and we
hope you will be able to join us!
The cost to attend Family Fest is being changed to a “Free Will” offering. You can provide a donation if you wish, but
it is not required. The approximate basic cost (mainly for food and staff) is about $50 per person per day.

It is important that you register for attending for any part of the weekend, so appropriate housing, food and other
exciting items for the weekend can be planned accordingly! ANY questions, please let me know!

For more information: http://www.uocofusa.org/files/PDF%20files_news/2015/FFest-Flyer-3.pdf

 

THE CANONIZATION OF STS. MARDARIJE AND SEBASTIAN: CA
Sep 4 – Sep 6 all-day

 

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The Western American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America PRESENTS A Most Unique Event! Celebrating the New American Saints, commemorating the lives of Saints Mardarije and Sebastian, Enlighteners and Apostles of the Church in America!

Come experience this once in a lifetime event! Learn how ordinary lives become extraordinary by the power and grace of God. Some of us remember them as they lived and worked among us. Today, all of us gather as they pray to God for us!

SPECIAL INVITED GUESTS: HIS HOLINESS, IRINEJ, SERBIAN PATRIARCH RULING HIERARCHS OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH IN THE U.S.A. and CHURCH AND CIVIL DIGINTARIES

For more information: http://www.westsrbdio.org/en/canonization

 

Walk of Life – Pilgrimage Walk of DCMA Youth: MI
Sep 4 – Sep 7 all-day

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With the blessing of Bishop Peter of Cleveland, Administrator of the Diocese of Chicago & Mid-America, the Youth Department of the Diocese of Chicago & Mid-America invites all Orthodox Youth to participate in the first annual Youth Pilgrimage Walk.

The procession will take place over the Labor Day weekend (September 4-7, 2015) and cover approximately 35 miles. During this procession the participants will not only visibly and openly bring Orthodox Christianity to those outside the Church, but also will participate fully in the life of the Church by preparing together and partaking of the Holy Mysteries each day of the pilgrimage. Yes – even when camping on the procession route we will serve the Divine Liturgy and the other Divine Services!

Join us! REGISTER TODAY!! Click on the link to register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ebsyzvXaSm08DvTg5E22WxBx07PY_w0ACcEnx55Vl18/viewform?c=0&w=1

Sep
7
Mon
2015
Prosopon Iconography Workshop:VA
Sep 7 @ 12:42 am – Sep 15 @ 1:42 am
Sep
8
Tue
2015
23rd INTERNATIONAL ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE ON ORTHODOX SPIRITUALITY: Italy
Sep 8 – Sep 12 all-day
23rd INTERNATIONAL ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE ON ORTHODOX SPIRITUALITY: Italy

The International Ecumenical Conference on Orthodox Spirituality will be held at Bose, Italy  in collaboration with the Orthodox Churches. The conference is entitled “Mercy and Forgiveness”, as chosen by the scientific committee of the ecumenical conferences, which met in Bose in October 2014.

By interrogating Scripture, the fathers and the monastic tradition (Dorotheus of Gaza, John Climacus, Isaac of Nineveh, the saints of the orthodox churches), the conference wishes to reflect on Christian forgiveness…

Speakers: Kallistos Ware, Walter Kasper, Enzo Bianchi, John Behr, Eugen Pentiuc, Mitrofan Badanin, Sebastian Brock, Arsenij Sokolov, Dimitrios Moschos, Alexis Torrance, Elena Romanenko, Vasilios Thermos, Bassam Nassif, Basilio Petrà, Gregorio of Mesaoria, Natalija Bolshakova, Epiphanios of St. Macarius, Maximos Vghenopoulos, Krastu Banev, Filaret of L’viv, Antonio Mennini, Despina Prassas, Christos Yannaras, George Demacopoulos, Porfirije of Zagreb, Sabino Chialà.

The Conference is open to all.

Simultaneous translations will be provided into Italian, Greek, Russian, French, and English.

 

For more information: http://www.monasterodibose.it/en/hospitality/conferences/orthodox-spirituality/2015-mercy/8735-information-2015-mercy

Sep
9
Wed
2015
Zedashe Concert: Minneapolis, MN
Sep 9 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Zedashe

Zedashe, a Georgian vocal ensemble from the medieval fortress city of Sighnaghi in Eastern Georgia, will be performing  at St. Mary’s on September 11.  Steeped in the ancient musical traditions of the Georgian Orthodox Church, Zedashe will present a concert of liturgical hymns and melodies that will transport the listener to a time and place long forgotten by the Western world.

Also, for those enthusiasts who really want to know more about Georgian music Zedashe will offer a workshop on Saturday, September 12 in the Parish Center from 9:30 till noon. Tickets for the workshop are available for $18 online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2098676, or $20 at the door.

For more information about these events and others, please contact Deacon Gregory Ealy: choirdirector@stmarysoca.org

For more informaton: http://www.stmarysoca.org/news.html#Kasenic

Sep
10
Thu
2015
International Conference on Language and Culture in Early Christianity: Belgium
Sep 10 – Sep 12 all-day

KU Leuven will convene an international conference on ‘Language and Culture in Early Christianity’.  The conference will approach the subject from two perspectives: (I) A context-oriented perspective, focusing on the linguistic horizon, the cultural background, and the sociohistorical setting of Early Christian approaches to language(s).(II) A content-oriented perspective, focusing on arguments, views or intuitions expressed with regard to: the origin of language; language functions (both cognitive-semiotic and cultural-anthropological); the connections between language, culture and ethnicity; language variation and global linguistic diversity; the relevance of language to theology; the role of language in ancient education; problems of translation and the general issue of translatability; the “qualities” and “deficiencies” of particular languages.

For more information: http://www.aiep-iaps.org/conferences

Orthodox Christian Women (OCW) Lecture: Detroit
Sep 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Othodox Christian Women of Detroit will host a lecture: “Discerning the Holy Spirit in Your Life” given by Fr. Dimitri.

Men, women, teens, all Welcome! Contributions to our Food Pantry and/or Children’s Hospital greatly appreciated.

For more information: http://www.coccdetroit.com./files/Flyers/ocw/OCW-HolySpirit10SEP15.pdf

 

Sep
11
Fri
2015
Patriarch Irinej of Serbia to Deliver Address at St. Vladimir’s Seminary
Sep 11 all-day

On Friday, September 11, 2015, the Board of Trustees and Faculty of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary will bestow a Doctor of Divinity degree, honoris causa, upon His Holiness Irinej (Gavrilovic), archbishop of Pec, metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovci, and patriarch of Serbia. Patriarch Irinej will also deliver a presentation titled “Theology as a Hope for the Future of the Church.”

The patriarch will arrive on the seminary campus, briefly visit Three Hierarchs Chapel, and then proceed to the Academic Convocation. The public ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. in the Metropolitan Philip Auditorium of the John G. Rangos Family Building, and will include a Q & A session between the patriarch and attendees. An open reception will follow.

His Holiness Irinej, the 45th Patriarch of Serbia, was enthroned in his position on January 2010. His Holiness was ordained as a Hieromonk in 1959, and was both a professor and rector of Prizren Seminary. He also served as Bishop of Moravica and Nis prior to his election as patriarch.

In the Patriarch’s entourage will be His Grace the Right Reverend Maxim (Vasiljevic), bishop of the Western American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church of North and South America and seminary Trustee; His Grace the Right Reverend Dr. Mitrophan (Kodic), bishop of the Eastern American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church of North and South America; and His Eminence the Most Reverend Jovan VI (Vraniškovski), archbishop of Ohrid and metropolitan of Skopje, which is under the Serbian Patriarchate of Pec.

View travel directions to St. Vladimir’s Seminary.

For more information: http://www.svots.edu/events/patriarch-irinej-serbia-deliver-address

Sep
13
Sun
2015
Hexaemeron Six Days of Creation Carving Workshop
Sep 13 – Sep 19 all-day

Instructor: Jonathan Pageau

Join us at the Diakonia Retreat Center of the Metropolis of Atlanta.  The course is offered as a retreat with lodging and meals provided. It begins with an introductory lecture at 7 p.m. on Sunday, September 13, 2015. and ends Saturday, September 19 at 10 a.m. Make travel plans accordingly.

The workshop is open to 12 students.

This ancient art is taught through both practical work and theory. From the earliest sarcophagi to lavish ivory miniatures to the austere Russian low reliefs, icon carving has been a vibrant part of the Orthodox Tradition. Students will have the opportunity to carve either in either wood or stone. Those wishing to carve in wood are expected to have a basic understanding of woodworking as the course will focus on carving rather than technical aspects like laminating panels or sharpening tools. Although tools will be available, students should bring whatever gouges they have, ideally 1 straight gouge, 1 scoop gouge and 1 “V” gouge. For those wishing to carve stone, tools will be made available. Each student is expected to leave with at least one finished icon by the end of the class.

For more information: http://www.hexaemeron.org/#!copy-of-diakonia-retreat-center-metropol/c1v2m

Hexaemeron Six Days of Creation Iconography Workshop: SC
Sep 13 – Sep 19 all-day

Join us at the Diakonia Retreat Center of the Metropolis of Atlanta. The course is offered as a retreat with lodging and meals provided. It begins with an introductory lecture at 7 p.m. on Sunday, September 13, 2015. and ends Saturday, September 19 at 10 a.m. Make travel plans accordingly.

The workshop is open to 25 students.

Courses in icon painting provide intensive instruction in the art and language of the icon from the perspective of Orthodox Church tradition using the ancient technique of egg-tempera and palette of gold, semi-precious stones and refined clays. Iconographers Anna Gouriev and Marek Czarnecki lead students through the entire process, from preparing a gesso board to completion of an icon, including instruction on how to create pigments from natural clays and minerals, define the image with assiste gold lights, gild prescribed areas, calligraph inscriptions, and apply olifa varnishes.

For more information:  http://www.hexaemeron.org/#!diakonia-retreat-center-metropolis-of-at/c7hs

Hexaemeron Six Days of Creation : SC
Sep 13 @ 1:08 am – Sep 19 @ 2:08 am

 

 

 

 

Instructor: Olga Fishchuk

Join us at the Diakonia Retreat Center of the Metropolis of Atlanta. The course is offered as a retreat with lodging and meals provided. It begins with an introductory lecture at 7 p.m. on Sunday, September 13, 2015. and ends Saturday, September 19 at 10 a.m. Make travel plans accordingly.

The workshop is open to 12 students.

Courses in ecclesial pictorial embroidery are conducted in English. Mastery of the techniques typical of the 14th-17th centuries in Byzantium and Russia through lectures and teaching offers students the opportunity to create works of needle art using similar techniques. This series of workshops is designed for intermediate to advanced needle workers. Projects are executed on silk grounds using metallic threads and the finest continuous-filament silks, hand-dyed by the instructor with plant materials. Extensively illustrated lectures cover the history of ecclesiastical embroidery from the earliest records in the Bible through the 17th century, and include an overview of the work done in Western Europe during the medieval period. Transfer techniques and pattern couching, characteristically used for ecclesiastical robes, garments and halos, introduce the student to skills representative of this style of needle art. Executing a small ornamental design with a flower, vine and leaves, the student learns several couching patterns utilizing silks and thin metallic threads and explores the creation, placement and invisible couching of cords blending metallic and silk. The design also includes tightly packed split stitch and stem stitch using fine silk threads.

For more information: http://www.hexaemeron.org/#!copy-of-diakonia-carving/cm05

Sep
14
Mon
2015
3rd Annual Father John Meyendorff Memorial Lecture: St. Vladimir’s
Sep 14 all-day
3rd Annual Father John Meyendorff Memorial Lecture: St. Vladimir's @ St. Vladimir Orthodox Theological Seminary, Metropolitan Philip Auditorium of the John G. Rangos Family Building. | Yonkers | New York | United States

Predrag Matejic, Ph.D., associate professor at Ohio State University’s Center for Slavic and East European Studies, will present the third annual Father John Meyendorff Memorial Lecture.. Speaking on the topic “Byzantium, the Slavs, and the Rise of the Russian Orthodox Church,” he will focus on three historical periods: the conversion of the Slavs, the 10th–11th centuries, and the Russian Orthodox Church after the fall of Constantinople, including the councils of the 16th century.

Just prior to the lecture, the Seminary will present honorary doctorates to His Beatitude Metropolitan Tikhon, Orthodox Church in America, and His Eminence Metropolitan Joseph, Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese

Metropolitan Tikhon serves as President of the Seminary and Chair of its Board of Trustees, and Metropolitan Joseph serves as Vice Chair of the Board.

The Academic Convocation and lecture are open to the public and will be held in the

For more information: http://www.svots.edu/events/predrag-matejic-present-meyendorff-lecture-hierarchs-tikhon-joseph-be-honored

Sep
15
Tue
2015
Bishop Assembly Youth Dialogue: Chicago, IL
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

In conjunction with the Assembly of Orthodox Bishops meeting that will take place this year in Chicago, a dialogue with the youth (high school and college age young people) will take place.

The Youth & Young Adult Gathering will begin with a Vespers service at 6PM and will be followed by a panel discussion featuring members of the Bishops’ Assembly who will speak and answer questions.After the panel discussion, participants are invited to a meal and fellowship in the Main Hall hosted by the Cathedral community.

“We are honored to host the Bishops in our community, and look forward to this panel discussion and conversation between our hierarchs and youth. This is an important dialogue especially since the panel of Bishops will be answering questions that our youth will pose, avoiding a frequent trap of answering questions that nobody is actually asking, and so I look forward to a large turnout of Orthodox youth and young adults,” said V. Reverend Fr. Darko Spasojevic, Cathedral Dean at Holy Resurrection.

All Orthodox parish and diocesan youth organizations, schools, college ministries, and interested individuals in the area are invited and encouraged to attend.

In order to ensure there are enough food and refreshments for everyone, clergy and/or organization leaders are asked to RSVP by email to contact@serbiancathedral.org with an approximate head count by September 7th, 2015.

For more information: http://chicagodiocese.org/

Sep
18
Fri
2015
Orthodox Women’s Retreat in Canada
Sep 18 – Sep 20 all-day

Retreat Speaker: Mother Melania of Holy Assumption Monastery, Calistoga, California

Theme: “The Powers and Passions of our Souls”

For more information: http://www.antiochianladiocese.org/news_140616_1.html

Third Annual Dallas Family Retreat
Sep 18 – Sep 23 all-day

Theme: “But the end of all things is at hand; therefore be serious and watchful in your prayers”
(1 Peter 4:7)

Accommodations: Last day for Hotel Registration is September 13, 2015, $96 per night

http://www.suscopts.org/family-retreat/fr-daoud-lamei/

 

 

 

Sep
19
Sat
2015
Marriage Workshop: GA
Sep 19 all-day
Marriage Workshop: GA @ Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral | Atlanta | Georgia | United States

Theme: “Preparing for Marriage in the Orthodox Church”

Discover God’s purpose for marriage  Learn how to work toward oneness  Avoid the pitfalls that lead couples toward divorce  Establish good patterns for relating to one another  Get to know more about each other

For more information: http://www.familylifeministry.atlanta.goarch.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Sep-19-2015-ATL-Pre-Marital-Seminar-Information.pdf

Sep
20
Sun
2015
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land: September
Sep 20 all-day

FR. DJOKAN MAJSTOROVIC, DEAN OF ST. SAVA SERBIAN ORTHODOX Cathedral IN NEW YORK CITY ANNOUNCES A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land (Constantinople extension optional).

For more information: www.selectinternationaltours.com

Sep
23
Wed
2015
20th Anniversary & Great Consecration: Atlantic Mine, MI
Sep 23 – Sep 24 all-day

With the blessing of His Grace Bishop Peter, we invite you to the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the founding of Saints Sergius & Herman of Valaam Orthodox Church in Atlantic Mine, Michigan.

By God’s Grace we will be able to celebrate this remarkable event in the history of our church with the Great Consecration of our temple. Please mark your calendars and reserve this date. The consecration of a temple is not only a feast day of the local community, it is a joyous occasion of the entire diocese and the church at a whole.

We blocked a contigent of hotel rooms for September 23 and 24. The rate is $89 at the Holiday Inn Express (which is only 2 miles from the church). Phone: 906-482-1066. The rooms are blocked under code SSH (SS Sergius and Herman). Keep in mind that if you will arrive by air travel you will not be able to leave on 9/24. There are only two flights per day to Hancock Airport and the midday flight leaves at around 1PM. The above hotel block takes that into account. So it will not only give you plenty of time to socialize at the banquet it will give you also time to explore the beautiful nature of the Keweenaw peninsula.

A festive banquet is planned for the feast day itself. Because of the remoteness of our church, we encourage you to make travel arrangements well in advance. We will keep you informed as more detailed information about the event becomes available.

Hoping to see as many people as possible at this joyous occasion.

In Christ Hieromonk Alexander (Reichert)

For more information: http://ss-sergius-herman-valaam.org/

Sep
24
Thu
2015
Prosopon Iconography Workshop: MS
Sep 24 – Sep 29 all-day

Advanced Workshop: The Nativity

Iconographer: Faye Drobnic:

For more information: http://www.prosoponschool.org/schedule.html

Sep
26
Sat
2015
“Be the Bee” Retreat 2015: San Francisco, CA
Sep 26 all-day
“Be the Bee” Retreat 2015: San Francisco, CA @ Holy Trinity Orthodox Church  | San Francisco | California | United States

Join Orthodox from all over Northern California for this incredible one day retreat open to all Orthodox youth, parents, youth workers, and young adults!

Bee-treats are all about unifying our efforts in Youth and Young Adult Ministry and bringing together as many Orthodox people as possible for an awesome and Christ-centered experience.

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/MetropolisofSanFranciscoYouthOffice

 

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